October is my favourite month in Belgrade. Everyone’s finally back from their holidays and the new season starts with film festivals and interesting happenings. This autumn guide doesn’t include only exhibitions and music festivals but also interesting places and activities. … Continue Reading →
What’s going on in summer time? Fun days by the water, warm evenings spent on floating bars, outdoor cinemas on rooftops and crazy nights out in the city – Belgrade is in high season all summer long. Here are the… Continue Reading →
Belgrade. Dancing on the Edge is the first short documentary about Belgrade’s electronic music scene and the people who created it.
These are ten wonderful things you can do while visiting Belgrade. Each of them will be a unique experience, I promise.
Dev9t (10.06 – 18.06.2016) is Belgrade’s most authentic, most creative, most beautiful, most inspiring festival ever.
The Beton Hala or Concrete Hall is one of Belgrade’s popular places during hot summer days.
Savamala is one of Belgrade’s urban neighbourhoods, located between the central station and the right bank of the Sava River. It is known for its nightlife, streetart and creative happenings.
This is an interesting story about a collection of abandoned things, which made Hilandarska Street number 26 famous.
If you want to have a deep look at Belgrade’s soul – have a walk at Skadarlija, Belgrade’s Bohemian quarter, in the first hours of an early evening. This soft, romantic place with its charming Belle Èpoque lanterns is surrounded by a… Continue Reading →
Belgrade’s Street Gallery (Ulična Galerija) celebrated their 4th birthday this weekend and it was awesome!
Ada Ciganlija is a river island, which is used as a multi-faceted recreation zone by the people living or visiting Belgrade.
New adress – same spirit
This boats will bring you in less than five minutes from Ada Ciganlija to New Belgrade (Blok 70) or the other way around.
Once upon a time artists created from an abandoned nickel factory the most authentic place in Belgrade.
Kafana has its origin in the Ottoman Empire. It comes from the word kafa, which means coffee and is a local bistro that focuses on serving turkish coffee and alcohol beverages.
The older we get, the more stressful life gets. So, once in a while, everyone needs to refill their batteries.